Bio: Jasek, Kate (Tours Europe - Nov 1966)
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08 Dec 1966
Mrs. Kate Jasek returned Nov. 24th, 1966 from a European tour visiting the Nymphenburg palace, the Roy Reside, which hhouse Treasury and Crown Jewels, the Concentration Camp Dachau, the Hofbrau House, with its large beer hall, beer being served with all meals, and as Mrs. Jasek quoted, "The best beer I've ever tasted," the call hall called "RatHause", with clock-carillon having moving mechanical figures. She completed her tour of Munich with a side trip to Chiemsee Lake where Harrenchiemsee Palace of King Ludwig II is located, and also toured the Neuschwanstein Castle and Weis Church.
Mrs. Jasek spent eight days with her brother in Poland, who she didn't see in 52 years, and spent some time with her brother's children, who she met for the first time. They visited the towns of Warsaw, Bialka, Rzezow, Tarnobrzeq and other neighboring town.
In Rome a tour of St. Peter's Basilica, the Catacombs, the Coliseum, Trevi Fountain, Rome Nigh Clubs and Restaurants, where wine was served with all meals. A glass of water cos $.75. Completing the tour of Rome with the sights of the Forum and its ruins and Four largest Cathedrals.
While in London they witnessed the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace, stopping at the House of Parliament with Big Ben, the Town of London, Madame Tousand's Wax Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral, the shopping center at Oxford and Baker Streets, ending the tour of London with a visit to the Canterbury Cathedral.
In Brussels, Belgium, a tour of the Market Square, the Lace works, where all work is done by hand, and all important government buildings were observed.
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